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up every month. >> gary b. basically steve is saying this eliminates some uncertainty and that would help. we see consumer confidence at lows again. >> absolutely, brenda. look, this is how every family operates. they don't go out and make plans we're going to build a new addition to the house and do this and that and we don't have any money to pay for it. let's borrow more. i think steve is right. this should be a regular conversation because as he points out. we've not had a budget passed by the senate in the last four or five years, for crying out loud. >> there has to be check and balance. jonas says let's get rid of it. my gosh let's get rid of everything and spend whatever we have out there. so like todd said we could stimulate the economy and all of that spending hasn't worked and buried us in a dee hole and we need to pay attention to this stuff. air right-- >> if the ceiling works, how did we get in the mess? it's been raised 119 times, and. >> exactly, it shouldn't be, it shouldn't be raised at all and that's why you should have the budget and stick to it. reagan was wrong,
hard to get steve jobs back, so i have that going against them. rehabilitating when they were on the floor that introduced all of these products including the iphone in 2007. the iphone do not have much competition for the first few years after it was introduced. the first android phones from google were not that good, but the combination is very powerful and apple just as proof how fast things can happen is just how fast iphone five sales have slowed down. david: this is an epic business story. books will be written of how apple lost this extraordinary lead they had with a few months ago they would not lose for years, if ever. what is the lesson, what did they do wrong? thinking they could do no wrong? or what? >> that is a great question, david. steve jobs said something very valuable in the next 90s interview when he was out of apple telling the apple executives not to be greedy and live on high margin products because it would not last. you can substitute iphone for mackintosh and the same thing would be true today. they thought they could live in a world they could dictat
we're back with the a-team, monica, your thoughts. >> yes, i just want to remind steve that the president was not too biz to personally hand select beyonce to sing national anthem at the inaugural. >> it is beyonce after all, not your 8 average citizens it is beyonce. >> yes, the -- >> steve said that with a certain amount of emotion. >> i think that they found the only 8 citizens who have benefitted by president obama. lou: you are not on the top, i can assure you that. speaking on the news, bob shafer talking about the president's comments, as he announced his proposal, look how he compares president obama taking on gun owners. >> surely, fines osama bin laden surely passing civil rights legislation, as lyndon johnson did, and surely defeating nazis, waa much more form it able task than taking on the gun lobby. this is a turning point in this country. and the president, is going to have to to do more than just make a speech about it, this is one of the best speeches i heard him deliver. but it will take more than that from the white house, he will have to get his han
it comes to debt, we're no longer kidding around. steve moore on more with stopping a far more sin -- sinister violation being done to the kids right now. steve, that would be a prop well played, would it not? >> it would. you know, i've been in the town for a long time, neil, as you know, and for 25 years, i've seen politicians of both parties using children as props for their political agenda. we saw the president do that today with his gun agenda, and it's always struck me as, i guess it struck you, that no one brings the kids up to the stage to talk about the enormous debt, which really is a form of taxation without representation if you think about it because they pay bills for things they never volted -- voted on. it's something both parties should pick up on, especially republicans if they want to have this fight with the president on the debt ceiling. you know, what are we doing about the kids that you care so much about? neil: you know, charlie, you represent young people to get their minds attune to what's going on, and the possibility, that their share of this burden wil
. i think issue when steve jobs died apple became visably vulnerable and samsung went after its image with a passion and hit. so the end result is this apple is not really being followed by any other vendors anymore. it is not standing alone anymore. the end result it is not as cool as it once was and can't maintain the same valuation as a result. neil: lizzie i disclose, apple shareholder. i own apple stock. don't say anything bad about apple. no, i'm kidding. but i am getting this sense when i talk to people and a lot of people on our staff, they're geeker than you and i will ever be and they actually know what they're talking about when it comes to this stuff and many of them share this view, well apple is getting kind of outhustled on the tech front on innovation an all that stuff. i don't know whether that means outhustled for the time being or whether that is a complete change? >> i think they're getting outhustled. i think what is happening teens, not just teens but baby boomers you know what? the products are elegant. yes, they're cool. what is cool waiting in line for a soupe
inaugural address. one thing was almost missing, though. jobs. joining us with more is steve moore. he laid out his agenda, a whole host of things. why not focus on jobs. does he think that this recovery is so on track that jobless rate will continue to fall, steve? >> i was struck by that also. in the whole speech, he did not talk about jobs. he did not talk about private business and entrepreneurs. it was a very pro-government speech. the president has a big challenge ahead. we still have a near 8% unemployment rate in this country, chipolte, over the last four years of this suppose it recovery. i do not think he mentioned the word jobs in that entire speech. dagen: three times. we did a quick count. >> i stand corrected. dagen: if you go through the list of things that he covered, that he wants to tackle, i said gun control at the top, immigration, climate change, equal pay for women, i could go on, but if he focuses on this, what does that do to the economy? what does that do to jobs? if you look at the broad overall agenda, i do not think a lot of this helps the economy much and i do n
is there. >> wall street is it watching sac capital, steve cohen, one of the largest hedge fund managers out there, the company and he reportedly disclosed that the firm received a wells notice from the sec which means it could be sued for securities laws violations. is that true? >> i -- >> can you comment? >> i will not comment on any investigation but as you bring up insider trading i will note over 160 cases in the last three years. nearly $900 million in illegal gains or losses avoided we have charged. so another area we have been extremely vigorous and active. >> how many insider trading cases are currently in the pipeline? are there dozens more you're looking into, is that fair to say? >> i don't want to put a number on it and remains a high priority and active area. >> what about in high speed trading, high frequency trading? the sec is concerned about that. are you looking into any potential securities law violations with high speed trading or high frequency trading? >> look, we're looking at a sort of number of actors and transactions in the market structure case. we brought ca
and preserve our system and comply. this is the administration that steve rowe this way into a third term trying to rewrite the rules around the second amendment. he can get things done and he wants to, but now he is saying his hands are tied. adam: last time we had a strike was 1979. it lasted how long? >> thirteen weeks. adam: and this one? >> they are rallying favors, trying to send people back to work, but the members recognize that their whole way of life will be gone if the provisions disappeared. adam: it blumberg was is a several of the cases were school bus drivers in new mexico and california? >> absolutely, just like what happened it was it -- rashid, it will reverberate here. what happens to labor anywhere has implications for a labor everywhere. adam: all right. we appreciate your being here. melissa will be back next time. next up, uranium. it could soon operate in virginia. now, it would be one of the world's largest, but is the nuclear energy pay off for the potential risk? even peope outside virginia have skin in this game, which is why are going to debate whether it sho
in lake michigan causing cargo ships and barges to liken their loads. connell: let's go to steve now on how it can impact your wallet. >> because we have had such low water levels, it will impact your wallet. it has been dry in the region. we have had light rains in the summertime in that has produced lower water levels in all of the great lakes. if you are wondering just how low it is, we have a graphic to show you. between 87 and 97, the water drop a foot. between 94 another foot lower. it is at historic low water levels in lake michigan. cargo companies will have to carry less. >> you cannot strike bottom. you have to maintain a safe distance. when the water levels go down, we have to reduce our load. >> the catch is that when you are shipping the very biggest loads by boat is the cheapest way. you can go by train, you can go by truck, what have you. if you are going to try to get there, you need to ship by barge or five oh. >> we have a lot of manufacturers here along the river system. you take away the barge auction, you could see ten, 20, 25% increase. that gets passed onto the
through, it could mean higher prices for you. steve brown is live in chicago. >> we have gone through a dry time here in the midwest. we have had back-to-back low snow winters in a dry summer last year but that added to what has been kind of a historical fall water levels for the great lakes. in 1987 they were about average. in the 10 years afterwards the water levels dropped about a foot. in the 70s after that they dropped another three. up until now, another one. 5 feet lower means ships have to travel with less to carry. speaker you can't strike bottom, you will put a hole in her boat, see how to maintain a safe distance between the bottom of the ship in the bottom of the lake and the bottom of the harbor. when the water levels go down, we have to reduce our load. >> certainly traveling there are other transportation options. trees, trucks, but if you have the largest of loads the best way to ship it is by barge or by boat. >> we have a lot of manufacturers with big old shipments. you could see 10, 20, 25% increase in shipping costs getting passed on to the consumer, so there is a
be receptive? steve more of the "wall street journal" senior economic writer joins me on the phone. what did you think about that? >> great to be with you. you know, the problem for chuck schumer is not so much getting republicans to get used to it. what about all those red state democrats in the senate. those are the people that are probably hyperventilating right now over what chuck schumer said if you look at the l.a. tour map, there are six, seven, or eight red state democrats that face reelection in 2014. melissa, i don't think too many of them are relishing the idea of voting for another tax increase. i wonder whether the chuck schumer, harry reid budget could pass the senate, even with just democratic votes because you have so many people that are up for reelection that are going to be very reluctant to stick their necks out and vote. by the way, as you know, we just had a $600 billion tax increase in the fiscal cliff negotiations. plus, we had $520 billion of new taxes from obamacare. this would be the third tax increase. melissa: i really hope you're right because i feel their is a
says that steve ballmer is not the right leader for the company microsoft at $27 a share this morning. verizon posts a 1.9 billion dollar loss and verizon posts on pension costs and sandy, why it's down, but the dow industrials dead flat. 3 points lower this hour. you might have guessed the mainstream media fawning all over president obama's inauguration speech. here is the question, will anyone question his policies, will any of the establishment media break ranks? that's next. (announcer) at scottrade, our clients trade and invest exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus, when i call my local scottrade office, i can talk to someone who knows how i trade. because i don't trade like everi'm with scottrade. me. (announcer) scottrade. awarded five-stars from smartmoney magazine. >> you know, i find this very interesting, the dow jones average is down just 9 points, 10 points, that's all we've got. and the dow by the way shall the market reopening today after a
zuckerberg taking a page out of the steve jobs playbook with highly touted mystery event. did the announcement live up to the hype? analyst rob enderle is here next. ♪ . >> the write did -- the wait is over. mark zuckerberg revealed his loaning awaited project. shibani joshi is following the event. describe the new search technology facebook is day you booing. >> i want to show you what is happening to facebook shares. they are at session lows. down 1.6%. buy on the rumor, sell on the news is exactly what investors are doing right now. we didn't get a phone. we didn't get anything else that we thought about. some video ads. what we're get is a new search feature on facebook that does not compete with google. so i want to show you what is happening with google shares. google shares took a dip while, facebook shares took a dip while google shares went upwards on the news. people say this is less a direct competitor with google and more a direct competitor with linkedin or even yelp. linkedin shares are also down on the news. here is basically what the company announced. a new
,000 shares of apple for $7.47 each. they were given to him virtually by steve jobs himself. he paid 444 -- $445,000 for the shares that are worth nearly 30 million dollars. you want to go that with chris? do you think that's great? >> a great gift. i don't see anything wrong with it; right? what's wrong with it? it was a gift. stuart: it's al gore. >> and that's what makes it wrong? stuart: yes. >> you want me to comment on al gore getting a gift of shares and you don't want me to comment on raising the debt ceiling? kicking the can down the road once again? this show kicks the can down the road three years later we are together. i think we talked about the debt ceiling three years ago? stuart: we did. what do you think about this gift? what do you think, accountant? tracy: i think the irs is doing a happy dance, they've got big tax collections on it. >> as long as he pays taxes on it, i don't have a problem. >> save me. charles: all i can do is echo you, i just have a big problem with al gore. stuart: thank you very much. tracy: this is why charles and i are still on the show and chris
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